June Favourites!

I don't want to alarm anyone but...in just two days time we'll be entering July. July! I mean, how is that even possible? I feel like I've literally just got my head around the fact that it's June, and now it's freakin' July? I'm sure this year is just whizzing by because my life has been so busy. And June was no different. And this month, I actually have a lot of favourites to share with you. Yay! Let's crack on, shall we?

Favourite Photo

It'd be pretty criminal if I didn't include a photo of my cat, right? Especially when he looks this darn cute!

Meet the advertiser...Things Sarah Loves!

Oh my gosh, you guys, I'm legit so excited to introduce you to another of my advertisers. Sarah, the lady behind Things Sarah Loves, just so happens to be one of my best friends, and I'm thrilled to have her in my sidebar this month. And now I get to tell you all about why her blog is so ace, and why you should go and check it out, like, right now!

Meet the advertiser...Angel wings and petticoats!

If you aren't already following my fabulous advertiser Alex's blog (Angel wings and petticoats) then what are you even doing with your life?! I've been lucky enough to have Alex advertising with me for 6+ months now, and I know I've introduced her to you more than once. But hey, maybe you're a new reader. Or maybe you just take some convincing. So I'm going to give you the opportunity to get to know my lovely advertiser again today. Yay!

Exploring Gloucestershire* || With PegasusLife

I've really been trying to vary the content I put out on my blog recently. So when PegasusLife* asked me to come up with a list of some of my favourite places in Gloucestershire for a blog post, I was excited! If you didn't already know, PegasusLife are a retirement developer, trying to change the way people think about old age with trendy retirement apartments. And their latest development, Steepleton, is located right here in Gloucestershire! There are so many fantastic places to visit in this neck of the woods that I was spoilt for choice when creating this list. I hope I can encourage any locals reading this to get out and enjoy what the local area has to offer, because there really is so much to see and do...


Book Review - All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda*

Megan Miranda's novel is made up of sex and secrets; friendships and betrayals. It tells the story of two young women who, ten years apart, mysteriously disappear. And, like hugely successful novel The Girl on the Train, All the Missing Girls is a nail-bitingly intense read.

Books I Read in May//What I'm Reading In June

Guess who's back...back again? Aimee's back. Tell a friend. Or don't. Whatever. Did you miss me? I took a, totally unplanned but well needed, blogging break for a week or so. When that dreaded blogger's block hits, sometimes all you can do is take a step back. Which is what I did. But now I'm back, with lots of exciting new posts in the pipeline, too! Today, I'm coming at you with my May reading wrap-up, and the books I'm reading in June. Let's dive right in, shall we?

Jump by Michel Sauret

June Goals

Can I just start this post by saying...my bullet journal is freakin' awesome. I've never been as motivated to stick at my goals as I have since I started logging them in my bujo. #winning

So, how did I get on with my goals for May?